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The Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 December 1874

The Train Arrangements. From the £3rd December (Wednesday) to the 1st January, excursion tickets at a single fare for the double journey will be issued at all stations, available for font-teen days, including day of issue. Oa the 29th December and Ist Janu ary cheap cxcnrsioit tickets nt one penny per mile will also lie issued, available for return as follows:—Por distance under forty-eight miles, three days ; exceeding forty-eight miles, nine days, including day of issue. Children under two years of age, free ; from two to twelve years, half-price. Minimum charge, one shilling. The - following special trains will be run on Christmas Eve (this Thursday) : —Leave West Maitl.ind at half-past ten in the crening, High-street at five minutes later, East Maitlantl at twenty minutes to eleven, Hexham at eleven o'clock, "Waratah at a quarter past eleven, Honeysuckle Point at twenty-five mhiutes past eleven, arriving in New castle at half-past eleven.—On Boxing Day December 26, (Saturday), t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SINGLETON HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

SINGLETON HANDICAP. tlalKTOOr's Cameo (late Kingstresa) - Mayo'tiltOtdJ!ohr(, scratch , Thirhaatrs Filibuster -' J " C.-impbeH's XahJe- Kate, scratch -' Gohhe'sSirEoger. - i-j.- ?- , t Biam's Prince _, , Shuesmi,tU'n. Tommy Dcdd Curtis* jsea GuK

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Races. ENTRANCES FOR MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Singleton Races. ENTRANCES FOR MAIDEN PLATE. G. Shocsmiths* JackcyvDodd „ J. Gohlic's Sic Eoger - . , A. J. Cobcrof t?a Yenio J. Maya's. lago Jk J. Griffiib's "Warrior , -is, It. Milter** Mist Forhau , , J. jVrkiu'i, Bnttama, , ' XT.. Durham*. Faihastcf , ? X Pines* Miss KSjfygte ' J.AV. Campbell's East Lynue, >

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Fires. ("Abridged from the Newcastle Pilot) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Bush Fires. ("Abridged from the Newcastle Pilot) THE intense [?] prevailing on Wednes-<*> day culminated probably in one of the most extensive bush fires that has taken place in this district for years past. The weather for some days had becu unusually sultry, and, in the neighbour- - hood of tlie nature of-the., country specially favorable for the spread of £re There had bent so rain worth speaking of for. weeks, and -the densely growing tc?-troe scrub which environ* several of the outlying town ships wasjso patched, that it required but little aid to cause a fire, once created, to .spread with alarming rapidity. The most serious of the threo conflagrations under notice, took place at "Waratah ; fthil, at one period, jt w?5 feared, con siderable deblructiou of properly would result. , ] The- fire broke out ok tlie. Railway, near Wallsend Juncliau/intd the general' belief is that it was caused by sparks . fro,iu the. coal engines. The wind was I blowing from W.X.W., an...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parramatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Parramatta. THE Correspondent of the Evening News writers :- On Thursday morning at about 11.25, flames were observed issuing from the hay loft at the rear of ?Mr. Cregg's premises, ; Mtuated \ in Church-street. The- alarm was in stantly given, and in v very few seconds after the fire-bell rnng, the brigade witli. their engine were on. tlie spot, as the distance from the. Jire-*ngine station.to, Gregg's stores, was ? fortunately ab&ilt 100 yards. The engiiio was very soon put to work, but as there was only'a limited supply,-of .water -at. first, gTciit, fear was oiitertainet.l, that the maiii ' building would catch, iis tlie flames were steadily faiinedbya westerly wind.; .aiid adjoining! the .stable's, near tlie shop,.was a large. "woodcK. storo full 'of combus tible, lncrihaiiilise. Asr.it", whs ,iropos> sible to'save, the stables- and sheds, the brigade tried to save thcisto.rc?,'Wt.iio'l>* ,!withsmiidiiig'?' all sfttcjnpts,., the lire. Fpread, iind a few seconds ll...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Intercolonial Cricket Match. (From the Herald.) Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

The Intercolonial Cricket Match. (From the Herald.) Melbourne, Saturday. The Intercoloiual Cricket MatcL-hetween Kew South Wales and Victoria com menced to-day. In the morning- the weather was "pleasant, and tire attend ance large, increasing to about' 9000 daring the afternoon. The -wickets were dead. The Sydney team, fearing -won . the toss, imt then- opponents- to tlie wickets, Cooper 'and Sleight "going in first. %>ofcrtkbowlei Sleight with, a creamer in the -first orer for- nought. Kelly ployed-well;. itnd a .'. jm* innings. Tan -himself out. . £ Castes got Horn's wicket by a clever piece of bowling; Cooper played a great imi'tngK, . and Campbell also exhibited some £uo - cricket. Blackham - -was irt.'cxcelicnt form. The Sydney fielding- was. fair, and their bowling- grand. The innings of the "Victorians terminated for * total of 149, Cooper (leading: tlie double figures with 45. At 5 o'clock Gilbert and Nat .Thompson, went to the wickets for New- Soi-tlt, Wales, .to tho bow...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. AKHIVA1_ Kan. 18th October, 1*71. I . ,. 22fi4f Tiovieu&er, ,. -' j. IJth Ucocsuber. „. ) ,. 10th Jjumary, JsTS- 1 _. 7th February, „ | .- „ Ira. Starch. „ I „?tt April, _ - I I J>EM-.AT£It_ About Sis. 4*li Ocu. 187a. „ latJfmr. „ „ irSUS„ „ „ - mtiiiw. „ „ *JUi JaxLUCS. „ 2JjtM?r.„

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING DAY'S SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

BOXING DAY'S SPORTS. The Stockton, annual regatta was one of the items on theprogrammc of Boxing Day amusements,* The committee made every provision for carrying out the affair success-. folly, and by the courtesy of , Captain. Sand bexg, the line ship RouparcH did duty as nag ohip..' The tjunbton German " band was stationed ou board, -' vl contributed much to the day'B amniiemeti'l. . ' "?? First Race.—For youths* under IK years, pulling pair of sculls iutfiugies, ' First prize, ' XI ; second prize, 10. George Hughes (Alarm)... , -..., 1 - John Tunis (Enuna) ... '.., 2 I (second Race.—For all-comers, pulling-' " single scnlfc,' In -watefaacn's skiffs. Sweep of"' : 10s, with £3 added. William Tongue „?- I '. T. Campbell (Huntcr> 2* .third Race.—For all-comers, who baTe never won an advertised prire, pulling pair of sculls jn boats...' Francis-Hughce (Alarm) ... 1 - ? ' Peter Hill (Start) ... ?._ 2 Fourth Race.—For all-comers pulling two . pairs of scullk, with coxswain, in waterm...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Fjlohd COMt'Z.tr.xrasst—How many Ui emends of ladles there ure who look wan. and faded, white yet ia curly Hte; to aU mKrh let tv whisper aworX Yoahtve lv UIUSTOL'S S-UISAPAIUXItA, tlie incut* of re storing your colour, brightening your eyes, sweetening your breath, mild gtTingyotr soruul gciicrst.hcnltli. H6ci^>watCs Oiktvest juru Vills.— A cure for AlMoerMes, Files, Fistula, and Soresof every descriptics. —Tha very satisfactory result*'arising from tbe osecf Utlri invaluable. Ointment when, patients have into goffering fromany of the above tlisordczs, haTe iadnrxrl tie Medical Frofession to Introduce It into tta [ hospitals and their private practice, antt in uuny I instancea where tttesulEererwaj conslncreil Incurable) ; HoUoway'a Ointment, in conjunction, with bis Ml* k? healed the most desperate caries. Those meilicuieti ire I .abo unequalled for the cure of scrtrfr*la,BenrTy,twtlsll ' diseases--of the skin;'the cure* they effect are not teta ' porary. or imperfect, for tbdr...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] on Wednesday morning. [?] vickers was driving a parry to Lake macquarie and when about seven miles from Newcastle, a man in [?] state of [?] from [?] and snatched at , after conveying hispassengers to their destV nation, returned; and again toct Hie singular being who. had; attempted to *t?iv the!horsie?. The poor !whp seiined to he almost roasted bythe, evidently M lunatic, and Mr. Vickcrs endeavoured to get him into the vt^cl^.r/nt-.'withoatmitccsa.:, ,On being questioned, the lunatic; did, not. letnrii any. answer, hut Merelymade ahoisc, and ran into the bustr.' . - Mr.-'. Ticker* drove to' New castle, audi repdrtod tlie .occurrenceto feuh inspectorUorpe, wlu? despatched two twltce* men in the liuggy, to. capture the lunatic!. On' the way, it was, ascertained the. man had been seen in the afternoon nearer Newcastle than where. Vkdcersr left hini r! but' nofrrwitlt-' standinpjthc consfable*dideverything to find him, t hoy .were /!nu£UcceBsfnt,'...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Burning Ship at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

A Burning Ship at Sea. A TERRIBLE disaster —destruction by fire at sea—would appear to have over-<*> taken a large iron clipper, name un-<*> known, not very far from Sand Heads, Calcutta. From the carefully-noted particulars furnished by Captain M'Lav of- tbe ship Appelles, who most com mendably endeavoured to ascertain all ho could concerning the dirclict burn ing vessel, the assumption is that she was a Clyde-built if not also a Clyde , owned ship. Tbe Appelles, "with a cargo of castor ? oil, jute, tea, &c, for " this port, left Sand Heads at 1 p.m. on , October 29, and Captain M'Lay reports that al midnight, when about thirty miles S.S.W. from the Eastern Channel lightship", a luminous appearance was , descried right ahead, which on nearer .approach was found to be a ship on fire. Captain M'Lay bore down on her, and paused close under her stern bailing her i at the same time, but'receiviiig no reply. There was good moonlight and fine wea ther a...

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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

The Singleton Argus. "SWORN TO NO MASTER : OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST. AND FEAR NOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE TIIV COVNTKV'.s, TltV C:00'? A>n.TKljl'll'irt."

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

MELBOURNE. The thermometer is one hundered and seventeen degrees [?] the shade. In their first innings the sydney cricketers made two hundered and six 'teen, Bimae'nttain making, eighty-one.:- The Melbourne men made one.hun dred and eighty-two in their second in nings, Kelly contributing eighty-six.' . [This will leave the Sydney men winners if they make 100 less in" tlieir second'in nings than they did in. their first.— EO.SJLJ

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30, 1874. The Elections and the Land Law [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30, 1874. The Elections and the Land Law TAKING it for granted that candidates for Parliamentary [?] are almost in-<*> variably high bidders for the prize of popular favor, we must conclude that the utterances of the majority, both of ft>o succcs,<ftil ami misiu'ccss.fiil riuull tlafpA iv tite rft.'l'iit i-lcclhms, as well as of tlitmu wTio?e falo has-not yet beuii de cided, point munistakcnWy, to llic ftict tliat the iifrcssity for a reform in the lentil [j:iw i* admitted by- nil. "YVith ont tli?i:in3siiig the question as to whether the Act has Or has not been tlie inesti mable blessing to thousands of poor people iv the colony, or on tlie other hand whether it has not Ll-ou a far greater blessing- to tlio rich, we would simply nsk—is the Act of 1 SOL equal to the rcipiiri'Utcitts of 187-1-3 ? If not, then reform is "plainly necessary. The qncslion ut once arises—how is this to bo brought about? First of nil, in order to amend :i law i...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPON-DENTS.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 29, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPON- DENTS.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 29, 6.30 p.m. MOSES and Piddington have been elected for the [?] : Gray for [?] [?] Hill and Lucas for [?] and Meyer for Carcoar. Parliament wects-for. the despatch of busmefcs. on the tsreniy-sexwittt Jaanarr- Andrew has bees killed on the railway whilst .crossing tlit line. " . . The Intercolonial &tattsfc?cal Confer ence has been" fixed to be lield at Tas mania during the t>eeoud week in- Jjuuary-. The residents awl jiatrve* of Samoa are agitating farannecxatJorito America.

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Local and General News. THE WEATHER.-The whole kingdom of nature, including the human portion is languishing for rain. It is now the one thing needful. The common want has made all unanimous, in crying out for it, for it is .assuming' very serious-proportions, and its absence, ,if protracted much longer, will 2>ri>ve a curse. Tlie blighting effect of op pressive heat, without the counteracting in- Kncnce of rain, Is being felt in ,1 marked degree.. .'Already, in some churches have petitions been! offered .up to the Supreme Kulcr, who holds the, waters in the hollow of His hand, for a visitation of snch moderate rain aiid showers'! as shall suffice to provide for the preservation of the kindly fruits of the earth, bo as, in due time, a languishing people may enjoy them, and to produce all those other beneficial results brought about alone by rain, without which it is plain , this world would he. uninhabitable. The heat continues oppressive; the ground has liccome so hardened an...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

; ; :??';. :a trwjiliweca toicna r '.-.'V/Vr ; hr .'tlitilr'. Sirvow ??,e jait;r lliit.ii arerp.iu.roa ??;.--. ~.-' Tiwwiajsuil't IWlajs:, otln-rw&tr ant cannot ?': : icitarantwtlieir.biKTtJwr Ulilie rellosriwefcKt*-. '.'.„: ? ; AKioVs"tif?co.- ."-,.?'...-.'?,-.? ,??',."?'.?." !: A !V ;!,,.'.;.-:,?.?;?!,. . ;?;" ?,."; \- .:- ?-':,' ,;', V: --,-?.?>. 'ji:rTBptiee |to; : Gprrjr^oH?fent^,' V rV :: : .! /rSibniiEsrosiiENTKwiii j.yi^ :-I i ,t?t?H'wrAalr?toav? > ': !:,~C.. tllaltittr. prior to. ill*; .fays rrf.i>?li!icattoit, em.-. ?Bot teln*w<!>tlatherfl!toirtit?ri-i"t*. .: :?:?:'.?'-.-.:?. '?"-,-.'? -"?'.. '*Sl!Cei.l?jrt}? Allot;*" OlEsv; '~???,'.-?"-! ':..':' ?:.' : ;-'.S<iioVir.i!f,-IKi. : : .-:-'--:??.':? :-?"'???'?:.:'."-'.'V--; ?':'. ?!--?- '". .

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Singleton Post Office. [?] close for the South that in Sydney, Belford, [?] Ttmrartaa- aI?U Sat??pMra"?k * ' -~ - -'- -,^- XotOut—for Birotia l lat?- l .Bt??fetiJ;'3tttty mul oh. Ga&tmaajr tnrvaiiutf- *& 9* VM.fix-toxtuXmy? Broroi?l|r> dfanatcli. Tor Cmaititrmeli, Ttttadatr. WcdumUaf. 'rbumlajv IAtQ. aunt. BatttxtHqv 8J?. ajtt, tmtt osr Satoxtlaj ait ttpja.&ir?irnrlag'a, * Sot??r-—OK ilootJay. 7tn?lt>r, WitaiMailaK. Ttnutaar r??it?CJt?lt;; Ea-.% Uaklantl, Jnal BvdacJ-. at 3 iwa Xo VarfcawrthCaod Jmry-? Pl?&a,tt=rT>M?ulr.j-.'rbtir? - nfflTnnral-. ot a-jr**.— " txt Bator Jay. at 03? a-m. To Tor And JTutxhrieh. ou. Xuatatas TUandar, bxhl at IOSO-tuzr. To ScottVTlat, Wot Umofc, tutil Cl.iMtoo. BiwA, <m ITttSMailaT tuulsaCanliljr.aCld?ai.iA. , " To CrfcSstimaU.&iL. CluSr. tm.! *luon?Bpiolij, vaSaltanltar *' ? at 10 aja. - ?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

'\i - '' - sy ~ ""- . - - - ~~ S>??\StTia_a* - - i.i.WSIO Upper HuE.ter General Adyoeate, is rrr-Li-ULO kveii-st JIOIUSIKC. Ttrms of Snbt<rilitiatL: Per Year (vi anct->, imyiible qrtaitcrly .. '£X te. do (c?edlt> .- .. .- -. .. .. *l ?*? The Credit prior UcnarrgctLit tj.SStwudanrlnKtlitjfinttinonth.ot tbetioartor. . Tut? inorrarctie tonaa, wliethor the puparlnielitMtslby ranncr or throogh po?t. T?m? <A Admrtlahat: — - . tmurtxndcr ..' —. .., — .. .— Q*— - ITo tuHuiUKJnciiU booted naBer 3a. iltltertA'allowantot? caJttormllovaptrioi-ot oitartonx-tantXft IS-jaoabbe SSncdT--llrui?r?lJWf, that, nnlcac idrertiounnVl.J'ill bo,oontinn<i4 imrf-tirai?od'lor at ntlnatrtforto ia>lili?l wttttn. on the orafcfc. oa" b r^SaX6nW lt*felr> s: i 0 . ta|4 < jj?nTOally'itaptiiadbteior thet?me. ' *" JJ^ , m. "-SJuaCBTaN-- JS.B.OCS -aaai "JDHKEtt TfOHTEIt CFTEREStAIV Al)-TOCi.TEi?* . the ramaoiaing t?t*rlc*?,?? -wcH an to- orery- eotony mnoiU? jj. ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MELBOURNE AND GALLE [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

MELBOURNE AND GALLE ' AKIUXIlL. E?t.*itbOctobcr,:tS7A. ? t.?tft]Am?uu<r, „ .„ Iflth D?effmL?r, ,. „ 38th Jjmi*ary,Jg?5. M 13th- Bfc brasxy, m. „ 13th Starch. „ &uu*thOctolmr, lgJt. — JUfc Xowrlabw, M „, 37th Dcotwber-?. „. 2ifcli .Ikn.uafcy? 1875. Slat Belirtioxy* ZhstSSarch. „

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